UBI Assists in Public Cross-Border E-Commerce Export Training Session

May is a period with carpet of flowers and sea of shades.

11 May 2018

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May is a period with carpet of flowers and sea of shades. Everything looks full of warmth, vitality and hope. At the invitation of Shanghai Cross-Border E-Commerce Association (SCEA), Rain, Jeffrey and Tom from UBI SP East China attended the 2018 public cross-border e-commerce export training session held at Shanghai Civil Aviation Vocational and Technical College. During the session, Rain, Jeffrey and Tom conducted basic training on cross-border logistics for the participants and provided an introduction of UBI Smart Parcel, Vice Chairman Unit of SCEA.

During the sharing session by UBI, we introduced to the participants two models of cross-border e-commerce logistics - overseas warehouse shipments and domestic warehouse shipments, three channels for domestic warehouse shipments - express, direct injection and postal, and the main considerations for sellers when choosing a logistics solution. In addition, we provide an introduction on the background of UBI and what are our most competitive products and services. Using the Australian trade lane as a case study, we analyze in details the various product attributes of UBI's direct injection service and the value it can bring to cross-border e-sellers.

During the training, trainer from AliExpress explained the current logistics rules of AliExpress and how they set up the freight rate template. This information is of strategic value to UBI as a logistics service provider. By understanding the logistics policy set by the platform for the seller, we gain better insights of the thought process of the seller when selecting a logistics service. This will assist us in looking at matters from the customers’ perspective to serve them better and develop new customers going forward.

There’s a quote “Sow an act, reap a habit. Sow a habit, reap a character. Sow a character, reap a destiny.” The entire training sharing session is a sowing and reaping process. While the participants reaped the knowledge of cross-border e-commerce, we have also sowed the seeds of UBI's corporate image and “Safer, Faster, Better, Cheaper” service in their hearts. Through continuous efforts and hard work, we believe that UBI's brand name and professionalism will be promoted in more seller groups, which will be beneficial in the company's future development.